Edward Evans (1914-2001) "All for a Couple of Ponies"
Jessie Evans (1918-1983): "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"
Tenniel Evans (1926-2009): Hard Times
Lynn Farleigh (1942- ): Egg and Cress Sandwiches
Alex Farrell (1929-2014): "Twenty Pounds of Heart and Muscle"
Trader Faulkner (1927- ): Nobody Wants To Know
Hilda Fenemore (1919-2004): "Memories of Meg"
Robert Flemyng (1912-1995) Egg and Cress Sandwiches
Barrie Fletcher: "No, No, Nothing Like That"; Hard Times (2)
John Flint (1929-1987): Horse and Carriage
Freddie Foot: Horse and Carriage
Leonie Forbes: "But the Joneses Never Get Letters" 
Carole Ann Ford (1940- ): The Morning Wasn't So Hot
Raymond Francis (1911-1987): The Windsor Royal
Shelagh Fraser (1922-2000): "Have It On the House"
Gillian French: "They Go Off in the End - Like Fruit"
Martin Friend: "'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He'"
David Garfield: The Windsor Royal
John Garrie (1924-1999) The Morning Wasn't So Hot; "There's No Future In Monkey Business" (2) 
John Garvin: The Bankrupt
Patricia Garwood (1941- ) Fit of Conscience
Gigi Gatti (1936-.2003): "You Think It'll Be Marvellous - But It's Always a Rabbit"
Patricia Gerrard: Come into the Garden, Rose
Wendy Gifford: "It Had To Be a Mouse"; "It's Learning about the Lies That Hurts" (2) 
Yvonne Gilan (1931- ): It's a Woman's Privilege
Derrick Gilbert (1937- ): "If This Is Lucky, I'd Rather Be Jonah" 
John Gill (1912-2007): The Bankrupt
Tom Gill (1916-1971): "It's Learning about the Lies That Hurts"
Zeph Gladstone (1937-2002): I Always Wanted a Swimming Pool
John Gleeson: How about It, Frank?
Willoughby Goddard (1926-2008) "A Harsh World for Zealots"
Ida Goldapple: "My Life - That's a Marriage"
Harold Goldblatt (1899-1982) "You Think It'll Be Marvellous - But It's Always a Rabbit"; "It's a Terrible Way To Be" (2)
Bernard Goldman (1923-1966): "All for a Couple of Ponies"
John Golightly (1936- ): How About It, Frank?
Maurice Good (1932-2013): "You Think It'll Be Marvellous - But It's Always a Rabbit"; Paid in Full (2)
Ronald Govey (1931-2009): Many a Slip
Michael Graham-Cox (1938-1995) Welcome to Brighton?
Juliet Green: The Bromsgrove Venus
John Gregg (1940- ): How about It, Frank?
Paul Gregory: Fit of Conscience
Joseph Greig (1922-2014): Hard Times
Stewart Guidotti (1946- ): "My Life - That's a Marriage"
David Gwillim (1948- ): The Golden Boy
Ingrid Haffner (1936-1994): Lifer
Paul Haley: No Orchids for Marker
Frederick Hall (d.1996): "You're Not Cinderella, Are You?"; "Have Mud, Will Throw" (2)
Laurence Hardy (1911-1982): Works with Chess, Not with Life
Ernest Hare (1900-1981): "What's the Matter? Can't You Take a Sick Joke?"
Paul Harper: Well - There Was This Girl, You See
Sarah Harter: "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"
Edward Harvey (1893-1975): "I Could Set It To Music"
Jean Harvey (1930-2013): The Man Who Didn't Eat Sweets
Maire HastingsL "It's a Terrible Way To Be"
David Hayward: Hard Times
Margaret Heald: Home and Away
Daphne Heard (1904-1983): The Bromsgrove Venus
Douglas Heard: The Fatted Calf
Joan Heath (1913-2000): "But the Joneses Never Get Letters" 
Maurice Hedley: Nobody Kills Santa Claus
Richard Heffer (1946- ): How about a Cup Of Tea?
Norman Henry (1902-1985): A Family Affair
Walter Henry: "'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He'"
Roy Herrick (1936-1988): Shades of White
Donald Hewlett (1920-2011): "Honesty Is the Best Policy - But Who Can Afford the Premiums?"
Jeremy Higgins: Mrs. Podmore's Cat
Charles Hill: The Morning Wasn't So Hot
Charles Hodgson (1927-2006): Girl in Blue
Jan Holden (1931-2005): "Honesty Is the Best Policy - But Who Can Afford the Premiums?"
Ewan Hooper (1935- ): "But They Always Come Back For Tea"
Gary Hope (1933- ): "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"
Bill Horsley: Transatlantic Cousins
Glyn Houston  (1925- ) "No, No, Nothing Like That"
Ken Howard: Ward of Court
Malcolm Howard: Case for the Defence
George Howe (1900-1986): No Orchids for Marker
Martin Howells (1947- ): The Golden Boy
Alison Hughes: Unlucky for Some
John Humphry (1927-2007): "But the Joneses Never Get Letters" 
Veronica Hurst (1931- ): "It Had To Be a Mouse"
David Hutcheson (1905-1976): Transatlantic Cousins
Charles Hyatt (1931-2007): "But the Joneses Never Get Letters"
Barry Jackson (1938-2013): "There's No Future In Monkey Business"; John VII. Verse 24 (2)
Dan Jackson (1925- ): "But the Joneses Never Get Letters"; "Cross That Palm When We Come To It" (2) 
Nancy Jackson (1921-1977): A Family Affair
Keith James (1937-1996): Who Wants To Be Told Bad News?; They All Sound Simple at First (2) 

Philip Brack (1929-1979) "Mercury in an Off-White Mac"; A Fixed Address (2)
Eileen Brady: Come into the Garden, Rose
Una Brandon-Jones (1916-2010): Transatlantic Cousins
Kevin Brennan (1920-1998) Fit of Conscience
Simon Brent (1937- ) "Cross That Palm When We Come To It"
Andy Brewer Nobody Kills Santa Claus
Bridget Brice (1942- ): Works With Chess, Not With Life; "Mercury In an Off-White Mac"; The Trouble with Jenny (3)
Ronald Bridges "My Life - That's a Marriage"
Susan Brodrick (1945- ) Well - There Was This Girl, You See
Arthur Brough (1905-1978) "Have Mud, Will Throw"
Antony Brown (1922-2001): Hard Times
Susan Brown (1946- ) And When You've Paid the Bill, You're None the Wiser
Ray Browne "Dig You Later"
Robin Browne Hard Times
Mona Bruce (1924-2008) "Have It On the House"; The Comedian's Graveyard; Girl In Blue Girl In Blue (3)
Hugh Burden (1913-1985) "I Could Set It To Music"
Dennis Burgess (1926-1980): Nobody Wants To Know
Susan Burnet (1938-2010): The Morning Wasn't So Hot
Caroline Burt "It's Learning About the Lies That Hurts"; And When You've Paid the Bill, You're None the Wiser (2)
Donald Burton  (1934-2007) The Trouble With Jenny
Richard Butler (1924-2003): The Morning Wasn't So Hot
Stephen Butler A Family Affair
Jan Butlin (1940-1998): "Memories of Meg"
Judy Buxton (1950- ) Nobody Wants To Know
James Caffrey "Honesty Is the Best Policy - But Who Can Afford The Premiums?"
James Cairncross (1915-2009) "You Have To Draw the Line Somewhere"
Tony Calvin (d.1999) Lifer
Lindsay Campbell (1927-1984): The Bankrupt
Robert Campbell: They All Sound Simple At First
Wallace Campbell: "Cross That Palm When We Come To It"

Heather Canning (1933-1996) Welcome To Brighton?
Carmen Capaldi: "But What Good Will the Truth Do?"
Veronica Carlson (1944- ): Hard Times
Timothy Carlton (1939- ) The Bromsgrove Venus
Anthony Carrick: Lifer
Anne Carroll: Come Into the Garden, Rose; Horse and Carriage (2)
Jane Carlyle: "You Have To Draw the Line Somewhere"
Dallas Cavell (1925-1993) "It's Learning About the Lies That Hurts"
Anne-Louise Caxton: "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"
Pauline Challoner (1951- ): Case For the Defence
Jean Channon (d.2007): The Windsor Royal
Constance Chapman (1912-2003) "Mercury In an Off-White Mac"
Alethea Charlton (1932-1976) "Honesty Is the Best Policy - But Who Can Afford The Premiums?"; The Beater and the Game (2)
Howard Charlton: "Have It On the House"
Gwen Cherrell (1926- ): "Tell Me about the Crab"
Mary Chester: "All the Black Dresses She Wants"; "It's Learning About the Lies That Hurts"; The Comedian's Graveyard (3)
Dennis Chinnery (1926-2012) And When You've Paid the Bill, You're None the Wiser
Diane Clare (1938-2013): "A Harsh World For Zealots" 
Jessica Claridge: "What's the Matter? Can't You Take a Sick Joke?"
Ernest Clark (1912-1994) "All For a Couple Of Ponies"
Jacqueline Clarke (1942- ): "Dig You Later"
Anne Clune: The Fall Guy
Sylvia Coleridge (1909-1986) "You Have To Draw the Line Somewhere"; No Orchids for Marker (2)
Christopher Coll (1938- ) "All For a Couple Of Ponies"
Christian Comber: "But They Always Come Back For Tea"
Miranda Connell (1938- ): "You Can Keep the Medal"
Adrienne Conway: Shades of White
Beryl Cooke (1906-2001) Many a Slip
Shirley Cooklin (1930- ): A Family Affair
Barry Cookson (1922-2005): Unlucky for Some
Gordon Coster: They All Sound Simple At First
Helen Cotterill (1939- ): "You Think It'll Be Marvellous - But It's Always a Rabbit"
Oliver Cotton (1944- ): Hard Times
Frank Cousins (1940- ): "But They Always Come Back For Tea"
Pamela Coveney: The Man Who Didn't Eat Sweets
Terry Cowling: Nobody Wants To Know
Arthur Cox (1934- ): "Cross That Palm When We Come To It"
David Craig: Don't Forget You're Mine
Harriet Craig: Egg and Cress Sandwiches
John Crocker (1925-2015): "Dig You Later"; "It's Learning About the Lies That Hurts"; The Comedian's Graveyard (3)
Jon Croft: Works With Chess, Not With Life
Brian Croucher (1942- ): Paid in Full
Alan Cullen: "If This Is Lucky, I'd Rather Be Jonah"; They All Sound Simple at First (2)
Richard Cuthbert (1889-d?): "It's a Terrible Way To Be"
Richard Curnock (1922-2007) "Have It On the House"; "It's a Terrible Way To Be" (2)
Roland Curram (1932- ): The Morning Wasn't So Hot
Patricia Cutts (1926-1974): Transatlantic Cousins
Julian d'Albie (1892-1978) Well - There Was This Girl, You See
Patti Dalton: No Orchids for Marker
Frederick Danner (1935-1995): "It's a Terrible Way To Be"
Michael David (1930-1999): "Cross That Palm When We Come To It"
Griffith Davies: "All For a Couple Of Ponies"
Robert Davies: "But They Always Come Back For Tea"
Stacey Davies: "What's the Matter? Can't You Take a Sick Joke?"
Anthony Dawes (1928- ): My Life - That's a Marriage; I Always Wanted a Swimming Pool
Paul Dawkins (1919-1979): Don't Forget You're Mine; "Memories Of Meg"; "Honesty Is the Best Policy - But Who Can Afford The Premiums?" (3) 
George Day (1925- ): Case for the Defence
Gabrielle Daye (1911-2005) "But They Always Come Back For Tea"
Brian Deacon (1949- ) It's a Woman's Privilege
Isabel Dean (1918-1997): "I Could Set It To Music"
Guy Deghy (1912-1992) A Mug Named Frank
Martin Dempsey (1922-1998): Welcome To Brighton?
Carmen Dene (1944- ): "It's a Terrible Way To Be"; Paid in Full (2)
Geoffrey Denton (1903-1977): Transatlantic Cousins
Patricia Denys (1937- ): "Dig You Later"
Roy Desmond: Divide and Conquer
Eric Dodson (1920-2000) The Bankrupt
Maggie Don (1942- ): "If This Is Lucky, I'd Rather Be Jonah" 
Lee Donald: Come into the Garden, Rose
Susan Dowdall: Works with Chess, Not with Life
Sonia Dresdel (1909-1976) "Memories of Meg"
Keith Drinkel (1944- ): Hard Times
Betty Duncan: The Bankrupt
Rosemarie Dunham (1935- ): What's To Become of Us?
Patrick Durkin (1936-2009) "They Go Off In the End - Like Fruit"
Leslie Dwyer (1906-1986) "Memories of Meg"; The Comedian's Graveyard (2)
Anne Dyson (1908-1996) "No, No, Nothing Like That"
Donald Eccles (1908-1986) No Orchids for Marker
Jane Eccles (1895-1966): "They Go Off in the End - Like Fruit"
Richard Eden: The Windsor Royal
Graham Edwards: The Golden Boy
Peter Elliott (1920-1975): "It's Learning about the Lies That Hurts"
David Ellison (1939-2010): Many a Slip
Jonathan Elsom (1938- ): John VII. Verse 24
Rosalyn Elvin: Girl in Blue
Susan Engel (1935- ) Slip Home in the Dark

Lawrence James (1927-1986:: "Twenty Pounds of Heart And Muscle"
Pauline Jameson (1920-2007) "It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate"
Errol John (1924-1988): "Dig You Later"
Mark Johnson: A Family Affair
Milton Johns (1938- ): "If This Is Lucky, I'd Rather Be Jonah" 
Clifton Jones (1942- ): "But the Joneses Never Get Letters"
Griffith Jones (1910-2007) "Protection Is a Man's Best Friend"; Fit of Conscience (2) 
Haydn Jones (1924-1984) "Have It on the House"; Case for the Defence (2)
Patrick Jordan (1923- ) Hard Times


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Here are listed the other actors who appeared in Public Eye. Actresses Barbara Keogh and Margie Lawrence made the most guest appearances, with four apiece. If you know of any errors or omissions, please e-mail me.


Ronald Adam (1896-1979) "It Had To Be a Mouse"
Raymond Adamson (1920-2002) "Have Mud, Will Throw"
Sara Aimson "No, No, Nothing Like That"; Take No for an Answer (2) 
Azad Ali: Hard Times
Margaret Anderson (1930- ): Come Into the Garden, Rose; Fit of Conscience (2) 
Rona Anderson (1926-2013): "No, No, Nothing Like That"
David Andrews (1935- ): "Dig You Later"
Terri Ansell: The Bromsgrove Venus
Graham Armitage (1935-1999) Come Into the Garden, Rose
Sean Arnold (1941- ) They All Sound Simple At First
John Ash (1954- ): Ward Of Court
Lynne Ashcroft (1944-1967): "Have It On the House"
Laurie Asprey: "Tell Me About the Crab"
John Bailey (1914-1989) "Cross That Palm When We Come To It"
Peter Badger: The Comedian's Graveyard
Hazel Bainbridge (1911-1998) "They Go Off In the End - Like Fruit"
John Baldwin: Paid in Full
Yvonne Ball: Fit of Conscience
Sheila Ballantine: "Tell Me about the Crab"
Hilary Bamford (1925-2013): Shades of White
John Barcroft (1936-2013): "I Went To Borrow a Pencil And Look What I Found"
Pauline Barker: "'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He'"
John Barrard (1901-1977) "Mercury In an Off-White Mac" 
Reginald Barratt (1920-1977): "All the Black Dresses She Wants"
Joyce Barbour (1901-1977): "What's the Matter? Can't You Take a Sick Joke?"
Jane Barrett (1923-1969) "Have It on the House"
June Barry (1935- ) Nobody Kills Santa Claus
Lynne Barton: "It Had To Be a Mouse"
Betty Bascomb (1914-2003) "Dig You Later"
Geoffrey Bateman: The Trouble with Jenny
Julian Battersby (1936-2011): It's a Woman's Privilege
David Battley (1935-2003) "You Think It'll Be Marvellous - But It's Always a Rabbit"
Keith Baxter (1933- ) Nobody Kills Santa Claus
Sally Bazely (1932- ) "Have It On the House"; "What's the Matter? Can't You Take a Sick Joke?" (2) 
Neville Becker (1930-1999): "You're Not Cinderella, Are You?"
Christine Beckley They All Sound Simple At First
Geoffrey Beevers (1941- ): Nobody Wants To Know
Michael Beint (1925- ): Girl in Blue
Ann Bell (1938- ): "All the Black Dresses She Wants"
Arnold Bell (1901-1988): "It Had To Be a Mouse"
Valerie Bell: "I Went To Borrow a Pencil And Look What I Found"; Works With Chess, Not With Life; Home and Away (3)
Elizabeth Benson (1926- ): "The Bromsgrove Venus"
Stephanie Bidmead (1929-1974) "There Are More Things In Heaven And Earth"; Ward Of Court; The Windsor Royal (3)
John Bindon (1943-1993) Welcome To Brighton?
Richard Bird (1894-1986) Case For the Defence
Katherine Blake (1928-1991) My Life's My Own
Kate Blinchy (1937- ): "It's Learning about the Lies That Hurts"
Giles Block (1943- ): "Mercury In an Off-White Mac"
Gabrielle Blunt (1919-2014) Come Into the Garden, Rose
Jane Bolton: "Memories Of Meg"
Jane Bond (1944?- ) Don't Forget You're Mine; "It Had To Be a Mouse" (2)
Lally Bowers (1917-1984) "You Should Hear Me Eat Soup"
Dulcie Bowman (1898-1978): Come into the Garden, Rose
John Boxer (1909-1982) Case For the Defence
Eamonn Boyce: Lifer
Tommy Boyle  (1948- ) Mrs. Podmore's Cat

Public Eye - Frank Marker Investigates

Jonathan Elsom as a car salesman in

John VII. Verse 24

Susan Engel (left) and Estelle Kohler in

Slip Home in the Dark

Keith James as a defrauded

shop-keeper in

Who Wants To Be Told Bad News?

Tommy Boyle with Ray Smith

in Mrs. Podmore's Cat